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Racine County and Wisconsin Advocacy and Support Resources for

Abuse, Neglect, Trauma & Violence

 
 
 
 
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By clicking on the following links, you can access comprehensive information and resources for abuse, neglect, trauma and violence in the Racine County and Wisconsin.
 

Racine Community Services
General Phone: (262) 633-3591
Child Advocacy Center Phone: (262) 898-7970
2405 Northwestern Avenue, Suite 205
Racine, Wisconsin 53404
Office Hours: 8:30 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday

Racine County Human Services Department
Reporting Child/Elder Abuse/Neglect

Youth & Family Access Unit
1717 Taylor Avenue
Racine, Wisconsin 53403
24-Hour Phone: (262) 638-7720
Email: YFAccess@GoRacine.org (not checked after 5:00 pm, weekends, or holidays)
If a child is in imminent danger – CALL 911

Women’s Resource Center of Racine
24-Hour Crisis Line: (262) 633-3233
Email: wrcrc@sbcglobal.net

Note: The mission of the Women’s Resource Center is to provide crisis intervention, advocacy, education and prevention services for a diverse population of victims or individuals at risk of domestic abuse and/or sexual assault, by promoting positive changes for individuals served and the broader community in Racine County.

Racine/Kenosha Community Action Agency (RKCAA)
Central Office: 2113 North Wisconsin Street
Racine, Wisconsin 53402
Phone: (262) 637-8377
Fax: (262) 637-6419
Kenosha Office: 2000 63rd Street
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53143
Phone: (262) 657-0840
Toll Free: (800) 972-3787
Fax: (262) 657-1631

Note: RKCAA provides numerous assistance programs including emergency food assistance, housing, and infant and children’s nutrition assistance.

Legal Action of Wisconsin
Serving Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth County
Address: 4900 Spring Street, Suite 100
Racine, Wisconsin 53406
Phone: (262) 635-8836
Toll Free: (800) 242-5840
TTY, VCO, or HCO: (800) 947-3529
Fax: (262) 635-8838
Click here for County specific search.

Note: Civil and legal services assisting low-income elderly, families, children and the disabled with legal matters affecting fundamental needs including housing, benefits, healthcare access, and ending family violence.
For NW Wisconsin, see Wisconsin Judicare at http://www.judicare.org/

Office for Civil Rights
Chicago Office, Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education
Citigroup Center
500 West Madison Street, Suite 1475
Chicago, Illinois 60661-4544
Phone: (800) 421-3481
Phone: (312) 730-1560
Fax: (312) 730-1576
TDD: (800) 877-8339
Email: OCR.Chicago@ed.gov

Contact form available on website

Prevent Child Abuse Wisconsin
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Phone: (800) CHILDREN (800-244-5373), (608) 244-5376
Email: pcawi@preventchildabusewi.org
To Contact Wisconsin Chapter: Mary Kleman - Executive Director
Children's Service Society of Wisconsin, PCA Wisconsin
325 North Commercial Street
Neenah, Wisconsin 54956
Phone: (920) 969-7925
Toll Free: (800) CHILDREN (800-244-5373)
Fax: (920) 996-2214
Email: pcaw@cssw.org

Note: Provides public awareness materials regarding child abuse effects and prevention.

Wisconsin Association of Family & Children’s Agencies (WAFCA)
131 West Wilson, Suite 901
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Phone: (608) 257-5939
Fax: (608) 257-6067

Note: A non-profit organization that develops and provides advocacy, training and information services for its member agencies and the people they serve. Website has the WAFCA Member Resource List of State Residential Care Centers for Children.

Wisconsin Council on Children and Families
555 West Washington Avenue Suite 200
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Phone: (608) 284-0580
Fax: (608) 284-0583
Email: bzuccarello@wccf.org

Note: Since 1881 (yes!) has advocated for effective health, education, justice and human service delivery systems for children. Provides advocacy through research and analysis, public awareness and training, technical assistance and policy initiatives.

Wisconsin Judicare
401 Fifth Street, 2nd Floor
Wausau, Wisconsin 54403
Phone: (715) 842-1681
Toll Free Phone: (800) 472-1638
Fax: (715) 848-1885
Email: info@judicare.org

Note: Legal services for low income people living in Northern Wisconsin: Ashland, Barron, Bayfield, Burnett, Chippewa, Clark, Douglas, Dunn, Eau Claire, Florence, Forest, Iron, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Marinette, Menominee, Oconto, Oneida, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, Portage, Price, Rusk, St. Croix, Sawyer, Shawano, Taylor , Vilas, Washburn, Waupaca, and Wood.

U.S. Senate or House of Representative Members from Wisconsin

Respite Care Association of Wisconsin
6320 Monona Drive, Suite 407
Madison, Wisconsin 53716
Phone: (608) 222-2033
Email: info@respitecarewi.org

Note: Respite Care Association of Wisconsin is the only statewide organization dedicated to promoting planned and crisis respite care across the lifespan. RCAW serves as the central point of contact for respite programs across the state. Our products and services include training, technical assistance, information and referral, lending library, and publications.

Wisconsin Family Assistance Center for Education, Training, and Support
600 West Virginia Street, Suite 501
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53204
Phone: (414) 374-4645
Toll Free Phone: (877) 374-0511
Fax: (414) 374-4655
For assistance in Spanish call Martha at: (877) 374-0511

 
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